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. >>> steve jobs resigning as head of one of america's biggest companies. why the visionary who brought us the love of electronics from the mac to the ipad says he has to step down. >>> the suspect, 20 months after hihiwife susan powell disappears josh powell sits down for his first interview. >> did you kill your wife? >> get ready for an extraordinary and exploding confrontation. susan powell's father is with us to respond. >>> and good morning, everyone. as i was telling george before we went on the air this reminds me of living on the mississippi gulf coast. you don't know where it's going. there's been a big shift overnight in how this massive hurricane is tracking. right now forecasts are showing it headed right for the east coast's biggest cities. irene only getting more powerful as it gets closer. >> this is here in the bahamas ere the storm battered the islands overnight and there was widespread damage there. >> on its way now to the carolinas. we want to take you live there, as well. it will look pretty calm in the carolinas and empty because a hurricane watch has already been is
now for the weather. steve villanueva is in for sam this morning. hey, steve. >> hey, guys. good morning, everyone. we'll start in texas this morning, where it is finally a little bit cooler. yesterday in dallas, we were only in the 90s for the first time in 40 days. we were not in the triple digits thanks to some thunderstorms. more in the forecast. great news because you desperately needed the rain. and in new england, back towards chicago a very comfortable start to the day heading into the 80s later with lots of sunshine. all right, everyone. that is your national forecast. that's your weather, everyone. elizabeth? >> all right, steve. thanks so much. >>> now, a spoiler alert. you might actually enjoy a story more if you know how it ends before you begin. at least that's what a new study is saying. abc's david wright takes a look on this new twist on storytelling. >> reporter: these researchers insist knowing how everything turns out doesn't spoil the fun. it actually makes things better. for "good morning america" -- hang on a sec. it actually makes things better. really? th
a pass because a glacier fell on her. >>> we have the weather now from steve villanueva from new haven, connecticut, in for sam. great to have you here, steve. >> good morning, everyone. it is going to be a beautiful day in the northeast. we have a very comfortable air mass coming down from canada. temperatures in the 80s. very low humidity. in texas, the heat continues. temperatures there in the triple digits. tomorrow we can tie the record in dallas at 42-straight days. maybe we'll beat it as we head into saturday. that's your national forecast. >>> and coming up, new details on the american woman who disappeared in aruba. we'll talk to her boyfriend live about his frantic search to find her. >>> and the new american gold rush. how easy it is to melt down your valuables into cold sh? we'll show you the money. >>> and look at this. bull on the run led police on a wild chase. it's like fire. woman: ow, ow! i can't see. man: it's singeing me! it's the sun. get out of the office more often with chili's $6 lunch break combos. pair a texas toast half sandwich with fries and super salad eve
you. thank you very much. >> time for the many weather. steve villanueva is in for sam champion. good morning to you. >> good morning, everyone. lots of trouble in the central part of the country. this is where we could see nasty storms and severe weather from oklahoma city northward up towards bismarck, very heavy rain and strong winds. much cooler out on the west coast. 72 degrees in the district. made 80's today and into the weekend. low humidity with a lot of chance ofn the next rain this saturday night into sunday. >> your weather forecast brought to you by macy's. elizabeth? >> all right, thanks so much. >>> coming up, time for a meltdown? we'll show you how to cash in on the new american gold rush. ♪ i want to be rich [ female announcer ] real fruit... means real fruit smoothies from mccafé. real delicious and made just for you. ♪ happened to come across quicken loans online. [ chris ] quicken loans constantly kept us updated and got us through the process twice now. quicken loans is definitely engineered to amaze. they were just really there for us. not only kills fleas a
steve dorsey of atlantic beach. you have the first report of damage. >> reporter: we found out that the atlantic beach sheraton hotel pier, a rather large pier, about to to three miles down the beach in nine knoll shores was destroyed by some very high waves which is what we've been contending with really all morning. >> i know there are a few of these in houston. >> give us a sense of how it's feeling where you are right now. we saw matt gutman dealing with really difficult conditions. it looks a little bit more mild where you are. just talk us through that a little bit. >> reporter: yeah, sure thing, dan. you know, matt -- the worst of this storm is heading right now to matt. we've seen some very heavy rain earlier this morning, some very strong winds, and, of course, a very notorious storm surge. we're actually right near a seawall at the hotel we're at and the water has been reaching this area and just crashing right up against the wall so some very dangerous conditions out here all morning. >> steve dorsey, we appreciate your reporting and know we'll work with your station
is on the front lines on the outer banks of north carolina so straight now to reporter steve. dorsey on atlantic beach. >> reporter: we are expecting the eye of hurricane irene to pass right over us or very close to us any minute now. we have been experiencing the first few hours of hurricane irene throughout the morning here. we have been seeing some pretty large waves off of the shoreline right here at least 10 to 15 feet. they've been crashing on this seawall that we're standing next to throughout the morning flooding this coastline and really destroying the property, the dunes and coastal structure including some of the homes and condos in this area. something that we're going to be monitoring throughout the morning. back to you dan. >> steve. thank you very much for your reporting. we'll come back to you throughout the morning. bianna, back over to you. >> abc's sam champion is tracking the hurricane right now. bobby oudin is the county manager for dare county. thanks for joining us. can you describe the situation in your county right now? >> right now we've got evacuation was completed yes
is where the winds are right now. >>> we also sent steve osunsami up with the hurricane hunters. their job iso measure the strength of the hurricanes. and they fly right into the you of the storm. >> reporter: it sounds crazy and it was a bumpy ride. but we traveled deep into the middle of this gigantic storm, flying inside at 10,000 feet. >> we're getting closer to the coast. >> reporter: our air force reserve pilots and scientists were on a dangerous mission to take the storm's temperature. and it wasn't good. >> where we're at, sometimes it's over 100-mile-an-hour winds. >> reporter: wow. >> so, it's starting to develop. >> reporter: they shot canisters filled with sensors into the ferocious storm clouds. and the sensors were sending back the bad news. irene's pressure is dropping, which means the storm is getting stronger. the ocean waters below, incredibly warm, at 85 degeges helping it grow. and on the northeast side of the storm where it's usually most dangerous. this one especially so with hurricane-force winds that stretch out 100 miles. >> it's s large hurricane. it's a very larg
flyers when he was confronted by steve powell, the father of josh powell. susan's husband. >> how is your coming here helping to find d san? >> it isn't helping. how is your standing at our neighborhood market helping to find susan? >> people see the sign -- >> reporter: this open hostility is nothing knew. >> they've been just bullying us from the beginning of this case. >> reporter: josh claims he left his wife at their utah home after midnight in december 2009, taking the couple's s o young sons camping. susan was never seen again. skeptical investigators called josh a person of interest but have never charged him. josh and his family believe susan was leading a double life, that she may have run away to brazil with another man. josh says he's being unfairly demonized. >> there are a lot of people who have done a lot of attacks against your family. >> reporter: the bitterness erupted as police spent two days chasing a tip near ely, nevada, combing for clues among rocky hillsides and abandoned mines. they came up empty. >> chuck is a liar. >> reporter: leaving only fresh venom between t
when susan's father and father in law. steve powell believes his son, josh, named a person of interest in his wife's disappearance is innocent. >> you come out against my family. >> reporter: susan's in-laws are gi giving journalists part of her journal. josh said that he left his wife at home in december, taking their two young boys on a midnight camp. susan's parents do not buy that. >> they have used my sons as nothing but pawns in the media. >> whether josh is innocent or guilty, whether susan wrote something in the journal or not, what does that have to do with finding susan in. >> reporter: painful wounds reopened after new tips that prompted a weekend search in nevada. detectives found nothing. apparently no closer appearing why this daughter, wife and mother simply vanished. >> our thanks to clayton. >>> turning to health news, fresh concerns about antibacterial soap. several studies show the key ingredient could be harmful to your health. now, here's diane sawyer for a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >>> hello, bianna. here we go for another week. who gains more weig
destroyed. hundreds more have been evacuated. steve stower is right in the fire zone. >> reporter: the flames are out of control. this home no match burning to the ground in seconds. this resort area just west of ft. worth, reduced to rubble. at least 25 homes destroyed. nearly 200 more threatened along thousands of acres. my colleague, jim douglas, was in the middle of it. >> these apartments are going to clearly come to the ground. these already did. there are burned foundations all around here. the lights in the middle of the flfles, the volunteer firefighters, trying to save them. >> reporter: the dense smoke so thick it is cutting off highways. >> you can't see through that stuff. and it's very scary. >> reporter: some fire crews surrounded. three dozen departments in all are fighting these fires fueled by historic drought conditions and relentless winds, on the ground and by air. as residents try to evacuate. >> you think you have time, and you don't. >> we just took what we could from our home. >> reporter: to the north in oklahoma city, another dozen homes have been lost.
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